No agitations, placards in Court: Calcutta High Court orders in contempt case against protesting advocates

" ... we direct that no meetings, processions, agitations, shall be held or placards shall be displayed within the premises of this Court or anywhere else", the Court ordered.
Calcutta High Court
Calcutta High Court

A three-Judge Bench of the Calcutta High Court on Tuesday directed advocates to refrain from carrying out agitations within the court premises or anywhere else on issues concerning the contempt case initiated by Justice Rajasekhar Mantha against protesting lawyers who barred access to his courtroom.

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